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[eu_members at aclweb dot org] Ireland: 3rd Workshop on Multimodal Output Generation, at INLG 2010



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MOG 2010
3rd WORKSHOP ON MULTIMODAL OUTPUT GENERATION
July 6, 2010 at Trinity College Dublin, co-located with the INLG 2010 in Ireland
http://www.mog-workshop.org/


REGISTRATION
To attend the MOG 2010 workshop please send an email with your name
and affiliation to
mog2010<at>ewi.utwente.nl (substitute @ sign for <at>)

Registration for MOG 2010 is 50 EUR (or less dependent on the number
of attendees) to be paid in cash at the registration desk on Tuesday
morning. The registration fee includes, admission to all sessions, a
copy of the proceedings and coffee and tea breaks on Tuesday the 6th
of July (lunch is not included).


LOCATION
MOG2010 will be held at the Large Conference Room in the O’Reilly
Institute, Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin.
Directions can be found at: http://www.mog-workshop.org/venue.html


PROGRAMME
Invited Speakers:
Paul Piwek, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
Gavin Doherty, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Best Student Paper Award:
The Cognitive Science Society sponsors a prize worth $250 (USD) and a
membership in the Cognitive Science Society for one year. The prize
will be awarded to the best paper paper at the workshop on a cognitive
science topic whose main author is a student.

Paper Sessions (a list of accepted papers can be found at the end of
this notice, and also at http://www.mog-workshop.org/

MOG 2010 is sponsored by:
The Science Foundation Ireland (http://www.sfi.ie/)



ACCEPTED PAPERS

Herwin van Welbergen, Dennis Reidsma and Job Zwiers
A Demonstration of Continuous Interaction with Elckerlyc

Ian O'Neill, Philip Hanna, Darryl Stewart and Xiwu Gu
Use of the QuADS Architecture for Multimodal Output Generation

Kris Lohmann, Matthias Kerzel and Christopher Habel
Generating Verbal Assistance for Tactile-Map Explorations

Michael Kriegel, Mei Yii Lim, Ruth Aylett, Karin Leichtenstern, Lynne
Hall and Paola Rizzo
A Case Study In Multimodal Interaction Design For Autonomous Game Characters

Sergio Di Sano
The interactional and multimodal reference construction in children and adults

Eric Charton, Michel Gagnon and Benoit Ozell
A preprocessing system to include imaginative animations according to
text in educational applications



We look forward to seeing you in Ireland!

Ielka van der Sluis, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Kirsten Bergmann, Bielefeld University, Germany
Charlotte van Hooijdonk, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Mariet Theune, University of Twente, The Netherlands


MORE INFORMATION
More details about the workshop can be found at the MOG2010 website,
at: http://www.mog-workshop.org/.
MOG 2010 e-mail contact: mog2010<at>ewi.utwente.nl (Substitute @ sign for <at>)